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CollectionsYour library (31), Currently reading (1), All collections (31)

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Tagsevolution (1), science fiction (1), alternate history (1), time travel (1), speculative fiction (1) — see all tags

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Real nameKathy Bell

LocationCanada

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Member sinceOct 26, 2009

Currently readingOwlflight (Valdemar: Darian's Tale, Book 1) by Mercedes Lackey

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love your blog on Wordpress!
Hello,

If my win is still valid, I would like a PDF.

Thank you!
Hello Kathy,
I'm sorry I didn't respond earlier. I haven't actually been on LT since the beginning of August! Yikes! If you still have copies available I would take the PDF or something I could load to a Kindle reader? Either is fine.
Thanks
I just bought the book, look forward to reading and reviewing it. :)
Awe apparantly I missed the MG but that is fine I will buy it ASAP and review it anyway. :) can't wait to read it loved the first so I am sure I will love the second.
You're welcome.
Thanks for letting me know. I'll put up a copy of my Evolussion review soon.
Hi Kathy,

A PDF through email would be fine. Thank you!
Thank you SO much for the smashwords code so I can get the mobi download! I am looking forward to reading BOTH books! I have to read the first one before the new one of course! I am already enjoying the first book! Caught me up right away!
I was wondering if the book Evolussion, from the Members giveaway has been converted yet for a Kindle download on Smashwords. You emailed a copy as a PDF which is OK if nothing else is available. However if the Smashwords copy did get done they have the Kindle format which is better for being able to control font size etc... I usually use a bigger font these days and PDFs are not changeable on Kindle yet! If it is not available I do have the PDF on my Kindle and look forward to reading it. I will do the review, but I am new at this and will probably take a little longer than most. Thank you for allowing us to share in your works and trusting us to do a review!
Kathy either format will be fine. I'm looking forward to the new read.
~Michelle
Hi, I'd like to get my Evolussion copy with a Smashwords coupon. Thanks.
Hi,
I've received an email for advance reader digital copy of Evolussion. Could you email me a copy?
Thanks,
Claire
Kathy,

I'm glad to hear you're a fan of open source. I must admit that in Regression, there was an ominous feeling of "Is This REALLY the Right Way?" hanging over Three Eleven, which gave me doubts as to whether or not you actually believed in what Three Eleven stood for.

You've piqued my curiosity, however, for the outcome events in the next book(s), and will keep my eyes open for Metagame.
Hi Kathy:

I got a free book from the author through member giveaway. So I'm supposed to write a review, which normally I'm glad to do. The problem is the book is pretty bad. I don't want to hurt the guy's feelings, but...

As an author, any suggestions as how to proceed?
Kathy, that would be fantastic, thank you so very much!!!

Can't wait! :o)
I cant wait.... -Crosses fingers and bounces up and down- I wanna see what happens!
I had won it in a member giveaway program and I then bought the book because I liked it so much that I wanted to add it to my physical library. I just got around putting the review on amazon because well it requires you to make a purchase from there to write any review on anything (and well I haven't done any business with Amazon until recently.) So I thought since I could I would go ahead and to that. I look forward to your next book and I am very glad that I got to review it... :)
Will do. Sorry.

Diane
WOW, contemporary fiction meets sci fi. the author, kathy bell, really did her research for this story. she backs up the story line with a lot of facts, at least i think they are scientific fact. makes the book more believable. the main character, adya, is highly intelligent and yet very down to earth, easy to relate to. the last 10 pages were a little to much genetics for my taste, but i can see why it is necassary to the plot. it didn't change my opinion. i couldn't put the book down.
thank you so much for allowing me the opportunity to rcv and review this book. i look forward to your next book.
thanks again,
angela
The Making of Friends

If nobody smiled and nobody cheered
and nobody helped us along;
If every man looked after himself
and good things all went to the strong;

If nobody cared just a little for you,
and nobody thought about me
And we all stood alone in the battle of life,
what a dreary old world this would be!

Life is sweet because of the friends we’ve made.
All things in common we share.
We want to live on, not because of ourselves,
but because of the people who care.

It’s giving and doing for somebody else—
on that all life’s splendor depends;
And the joy of the world when you sum it all up,
is formed in the making of friends.

~ Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1850 -1919)
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